Compare Dun & Bradstreet vs EY BETASee how EY vs. Dun & Bradstreet compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Dun & Bradstreet full-time for less than a year
It's been an amazing transformation to see a company with over 178 years of history quickly and efficiently re-optimize for growth in the highly competitive Data and Analytics space. The pace at... which this company resolves issues, removes obstacles, improves information flow, and sets the conditions for market growth is impressive. The legacy D and B team members embraced the changes which creates a culture that includes the tenure, history, and experience of the collective team. As transformation continues across all aspects of Dun and Bradstreet, it continues to be an excellent place to learn and grow for three key reasons: 1) Culture 2) Innovation and Disruptive Market Approach 3) The ability of team members to make an impact
The pace of change is high - it is paramount to continue the flow of information and communication. Cultural change must take place at all aspects and all locations of the company.
Advice to Management
Keep an eye out for fatigue - the pace of change continues and will actually increase...fatigue will inevitably creep in and leadership must be intentional about seeing it and addressing it quickly.
I have been working at EY full-time for more than 3 years
High involvement by internal groups and supportive management EY Assist Diverse Workforce Great work environment Fun people and interesting projects Free coffee, snacks, and some meals After... hour activities High Tech workforce with awesome technology
Some cons are always present, but I've had almost all of them resolved by working with the groups within EY so they may be immediate but they are not long term issues.
Advice to Management
Keep treating us in an inclusive manner, provide lots of different types of learning opportunities for everyone even the learning challenged. Keep both a young and vibrant and older and mature... workforce, don't base advancement on looks.